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Noble County Ohio Land for Sale: 41 acres with multiple secluded ponds

Pumpkin Vine Ridge Road, Dexter City, Ohio 45727

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41Acres
This is a one-of-a-kind very unique property that will not last long on the market! This tract offers rare terrain features that don’t come around often. This piece has spectacular high walls and rock outcroppings that make for a unique landscape as well as multiple secluded ponds in different portions of the property that hold fish and attract an abundance of wildlife.
$149,900

Noble County Ohio Land for Sale: 41 acres with multiple secluded ponds

Pumpkin Vine Ridge Road, Dexter City, Ohio 45727
41Acres
This is a one-of-a-kind very unique property that will not last long on the market! This tract offers rare terrain features that don’t come around often. This piece has spectacular high walls and rock outcroppings that make for a unique landscape as well as multiple secluded ponds in different portions of the property that hold fish and attract an abundance of wildlife.
$149,900

Noble County Ohio Land for Sale: 41 acres with multiple secluded ponds

Pumpkin Vine Ridge Road, Dexter City, Ohio 45727
$149,900
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24Acres
Jackson County Ohio Land for Sale:Older Cape Cod style 2 bedroom, 1 bath sitting on 24 acres including 6.5 acres of open pasture with the remaining acreage consisting of mature hardwoods. House was previously a rental and needs work. The 60x60 barn with an 18x60 lean-to is perfect for livestock or a workshop.
$169,900

Jackson County Ohio Land for Sale: Older Cape Cod style 2 bedroom, 1 bath sitting on 24 acres

2733 Erwin Hollow Road, Jackson, Ohio 45640
24Acres
Jackson County Ohio Land for Sale:Older Cape Cod style 2 bedroom, 1 bath sitting on 24 acres including 6.5 acres of open pasture with the remaining acreage consisting of mature hardwoods. House was previously a rental and needs work. The 60x60 barn with an 18x60 lean-to is perfect for livestock or a workshop.
$169,900
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0Acres
This property is currently being auctioned online on Bid4Assets.com. To view the auction details, please visit http://www.bid4assets.
$9,050

TOLEDO, OH - 0.04 Acres of Land - Free and Clear Title - Special Warranty Deed!

431 Starr Ave, TOLEDO, OHIO 43605
0Acres
This property is currently being auctioned online on Bid4Assets.com. To view the auction details, please visit http://www.bid4assets.
$9,050

Affordable 26 acres W/ Camper - Athens County Ohio

16743 S. Wemer Road, Millfield, Ohio 45761

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26.17Acres
Athens County Ohio Land for Sale:Affordable 26 acres previously used as a weekend getaway and would be ideal for a hunting camp, new home, or cabin. Electric and public water services are already installed on the property saving you time and money. A nice size open area in the front of the acreage will make a good building site.
$119,900

Affordable 26 acres W/ Camper - Athens County Ohio

16743 S. Wemer Road, Millfield, Ohio 45761
26.17Acres
Athens County Ohio Land for Sale:Affordable 26 acres previously used as a weekend getaway and would be ideal for a hunting camp, new home, or cabin. Electric and public water services are already installed on the property saving you time and money. A nice size open area in the front of the acreage will make a good building site.
$119,900

Affordable 26 acres W/ Camper - Athens County Ohio

16743 S. Wemer Road, Millfield, Ohio 45761
$119,900

Pike County Ohio Hunting land for Sale!

0 State Route 124, Pike, Ohio 45660

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90Acres
Pike County Ohio land for sale.If you are in the market for your next hunting property, this Southern Ohio Timber Tract is certain to hold plenty of wildlife. Approximately 90 acres of thick timber providing plenty of cover for deer and turkey to thrive.
$199,900

Pike County Ohio Hunting land for Sale!

0 State Route 124, Pike, Ohio 45660
90Acres
Pike County Ohio land for sale.If you are in the market for your next hunting property, this Southern Ohio Timber Tract is certain to hold plenty of wildlife. Approximately 90 acres of thick timber providing plenty of cover for deer and turkey to thrive.
$199,900

Pike County Ohio Hunting land for Sale!

0 State Route 124, Pike, Ohio 45660
$199,900

Ross County Ohio Land for Sale

Liberty Hill Road, Chillicothe, Ohio 43152

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31Acres
Land for Sale in Ross County. If you are looking for your next recreational property, look no further. This secluded  31 acre tract of timber is conveniently located 10 minutes outside of downtown Chillicothe and is in a well known area for excellent whitetail hunting. This property is riddled with mature oak trees, which will provide plenty of acorns and make for excellent hunting in the fall.
$149,900

Ross County Ohio Land for Sale

Liberty Hill Road, Chillicothe, Ohio 43152
31Acres
Land for Sale in Ross County. If you are looking for your next recreational property, look no further. This secluded  31 acre tract of timber is conveniently located 10 minutes outside of downtown Chillicothe and is in a well known area for excellent whitetail hunting. This property is riddled with mature oak trees, which will provide plenty of acorns and make for excellent hunting in the fall.
$149,900

Ross County Ohio Land for Sale

Liberty Hill Road, Chillicothe, Ohio 43152
$149,900
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Ohio Land to Keep on Your Radar

by Caroline Kirby

Whether you’re looking to make a move or simply invest in some new land, Ohio should be on your radar of places to look. This Midwestern gem is affectionately known as the Buckeye state and the “Mother of Presidents” has a lot to offer. From woodlands exceptional for hunting to fertile read more…

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Ohio. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Ohio for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

More than half of America’s potential land buyers are within a comfortable one-day drive of Ohio. What is there to lure them to the Buckeye State?

People for one thing. Ohio is the seventh most populous state in America and claims three metropolitan areas larger than two million people: Cincinnati on the Ohio River, Cleveland on Lake Erie and the capital city of Columbus. Other large industrial cities include Toledo, Akron, and Dayton. This clustering of the population leaves plenty of undeveloped rural land in the state – the Appalachian region of eastern Ohio comprises 29 counties, a third of the land and only 12% of the people. Affordable hunting properties and family retreats abound in these heavily wooded hills laced with prehistoric stone ledges.

The jewel of southeastern Ohio is the Hocking Hills with desirable property scattered among the region’s many state parks and forests. More than 50 zip lines have been erected above the ancient caves and cliffs to make Hocking Hills the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest.

At the other end of the state Ohio enjoys 312 miles of Lake Erie coastline. A leading destination on the lake since 1870 is Cedar Point, the nation’s second-oldest operating amusement park and home to more roller coasters than anywhere in America. Cedar Point hosts more visitors each summer than any other thrill park – more than three million.

Central Ohio was scraped clean by glaciers tens of thousands of years ago, leaving behind exceptionally fertile till. Many of the farms here are owned by the Amish. Ohio has the largest population of Amish in North America with Holmes County being the state’s largest settlement. Much of this Ohio farmland contains woodlands suitable for hunting.

Frequently Asked Questions

Situated in the Great Lakes region of the United States, Ohio is the seventh most populous state. Columbus is the capital of the state. Columbus is also the largest city in the state. Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia are its neighboring states.

Some Facts About Ohio

  1. The rock song “Hang on Sloopy” is the state’s official rock song.
  2. Police cars were first used by the city of Akron. This city is also the rubber capital of the world.
  3. Neil Armstrong, the first man to set his foot on Moon, was from Wapakoneta.
  4. The hot dog was first made in Ohio in 1900. I am sure many will agree that this is one of the best contributions from Ohio.
  5. Around 50% of the population of the United States resides within a radius of 500 miles from Columbus.
  6. Ohio’s nickname is the Buckeye State.
  7. The Ohio University, which was established in 1804, is Ohio’s first university.
  8. The largest basket in the world is situated in Dresden.
  9. The state was the first to recognize crime against women and hence it was the first one to create laws for the protection of women.
  10. There are 88 counties in the state.

Why buy a Property or House in Ohio?

Ohio is a wonderful state with many beautiful cities like Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. The state has a wonderful educational system. There are many business schools including Oxford. The state has a lot to offer and can give you just about anything you like. There are several parks and museums including the National Museum of the Air Force which stands out for its uniqueness. There are plenty of jobs available in diverse fields too. Traffic is moderate except during rush hours. The cuisine is mouth-watering with many exotic restaurants. There are tons of recreational activities to do in the state like rafting, hiking, and so on.

How is the Climate in Ohio?

Ohio has a temperate climate as it lies in the humid continental zone. Summers are mild and winters are cold in the eastern highland. Having the warmest summers, the southern region has the longest growing season, which is 198 days. Columbus has an annual average temperature of 51 Degrees Fahrenheit with minimum temperature going down to 42 Degrees Fahrenheit and maximum going up to 61 Degrees Fahrenheit. Since Columbus lies in the central area the climate is more or less warm. However, Cleveland is a rather cold city with an average yearly snowfall of 56 in. Cleveland also experiences strong winds because of Lake Erie.

What is the Cost of Living in Ohio?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base and considered as 100. An index is calculated for each state and compared with this base. An index above 100 indicates that the state is expensive. On the other hand, if the index is less than 100 then it indicates otherwise. The cost of living in Ohio is 82. This indicates that Ohio is relatively cheaper than most other states.

How is the Real Estate Market Performing in Ohio?

The Ohio real estate market is hot right now. The average value of a house in Ohio is $150,300. This means that the values have gone up by 5.6% from last year’s values. It is anticipated that the value is further going to increase by 2.7% next year. The average price of a house listed is $169,800. The average price of selling is $143,000. The average price of rent is $1,095.

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